Cocktail of the week

Gneiss Negroni #2

Named after Lewisian Gneiss, the 3.2-billion-year-old rock that forms the Outer Hebridies off Scotland’s west coast, this recipe from Isle of Harris Distillers is a twist on the original Gneiss Negroni using tawny port. It’s a special, cockle-warming sip to get your 2021 cocktail game off to a good start.

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Gneiss Negroni #2


  • 35ml Isle of Harris Gin
  • 25ml tawny port
  • 20ml bergamot liqueur
  • Orange wheel, to garnish


Pour all the ingredients into a mixing glass. Add cubed ice and stir for 10-15 seconds. Strain into a rocks glass, add a large ice block, and garnish with the orange wheel.

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1 comment on “Cocktail of the week

  1. We love a good Negroni! While our favourite recipe has an Aussie twist, we’ll have to try this scottish inspired version!

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